Sunday

Preteen Parent Cue Aug. 12-18

WEEK TWO:
PROVERBS 22:3
Wise People See Danger
ASK THIS:
What could keep you
from being wise?
DO THIS:

MEAL TIME


Q & A for kids: Who is the wisest person you know? What do you think makes them wise?
Q & A for parents: What was the best advice someone ever gave you?
REMEMBER THIS:
"If any of you needs wisdom, you should ask God for it.
He will give it to you."
James 1:5a, NIrV
LIFE APP:  
WISDOM– Finding out what you should do and doing it
NEWS:
Aug. 13 Pool Party & Parent Meeting
HAS BEEN MOVED!!!!!!!!!!!

5:00 pm Dinner & Games at the church
upstairs in Room #203

7:00 pm Parent Meeting
upstairs in Room #201



Promotion Sunday, August 26

Incoming 5th & 6th Graders in Room # 203



Back-To-School Splash

Wednesday, August 29

Dinner starts at 4:45 pm and last until 6:00 pm.  Wear your swimsuit and come ready to splash around for our Wednesday night kick-off.  We will meet in the MPB.
 
From Parent Cue:

5 WAYS TO HELP YOUR KIDS MAKE WISE CHOICES
By Dan Scott



As parents, we want our kids to grow up making good choices. We know that it is key to their success. So, how do we help our kids learn the importance of wisdom and making the wise choice even when it’s not easy?
1. Model your own decision-making process. Kids are concrete thinkers, and often that means they need help making connections that are intuitive to you. As you walk through a small decision, verbalize your thinking process and ask your kid’s opinion. If it’s a big choice you’re praying about (like buying a car or new home), pray with them as you ask God for wisdom. When your kids see you seeking wisdom, they’ll be more likely to do the same.
2. Tell stories. The Bible is full of people who both succeeded and failed at wisdom. Read those stories together and talk about the consequences they experienced. And not only the Bible, as you’re reading (or watching) anything with your children, pause and talk through the decisions you’re seeing played out in the storyline. Use these teachable moments to help kids discover more about wisdom . . .

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Elementary Parent Cue Aug. 12-18

WEEK TWO:

PROVERBS 22:3
Wise People See Danger
SAY THIS:

If you want to be wise,
look before you leap.
DO THIS:

MEAL TIME


Q & A for kids: Who is the wisest person you know? What do you think makes them wise?
Q & A for parents: What was the best advice someone ever gave you?
REMEMBER THIS:
"If any of you needs wisdom, you should ask God for it.
He will give it to you."
James 1:5a, NIrV
LIFE APP:  
WISDOM – Finding out what you should do and doing it
NEWS:
Promotion Sunday, August 26

Kindergarten Room # 102

1st/2nd Grade Room # 100

3rd/4th Grade Room # 202
From Parent Cue:

5 WAYS TO HELP YOUR KIDS MAKE WISE CHOICES

By Dan Scott


As parents, we want our kids to grow up making good choices. We know that it is key to their success. So, how do we help our kids learn the importance of wisdom and making the wise choice even when it’s not easy?
1. Model your own decision-making process. Kids are concrete thinkers, and often that means they need help making connections that are intuitive to you. As you walk through a small decision, verbalize your thinking process and ask your kid’s opinion. If it’s a big choice you’re praying about (like buying a car or new home), pray with them as you ask God for wisdom. When your kids see you seeking wisdom, they’ll be more likely to do the same.
2. Tell stories. The Bible is full of people who both succeeded and failed at wisdom. Read those stories together and talk about the consequences they experienced. And not only the Bible, as you’re reading (or watching) anything with your children, pause and talk through the decisions you’re seeing played out in the storyline. Use these teachable moments to help kids discover more about wisdom . . .
CONTINUE READING ON THE PARENT CUE BLOG


For blog posts and parenting resources, visit www.ParentCue.org
Download the free Parent Cue App
WEEKLY PARENT PODCAST:
Copyright © 2018 The reThink Group. Inc. All rights reserved. www.ParentCue.org

Preteen Parent Cue Aug. 5-11

WEEK FIVE:
ROMANS 8:38-39
Nothing Can Separate Us
from God's Love
SAY THIS:

How would you live you believed what God says is true?
DO THIS:

MEAL TIME


Make up a family handshake or special high-five that you can use to encourage each other this month.
REMEMBER THIS:
"Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you
will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."
Philippians 1:6, NIV
LIFE APP:  
CONFIDENCE – Living like you believe what God says is true
NEWS:
Aug. 13 Pool Party & Parent Meeting
3306 Clearview Dr.

5:00 pm Swimming and Dinner
7:00 pm Parent Meeting



Promotion Sunday, August 26

Incoming 5th & 6th Graders in Room # 203
From Parent Cue:

WHAT YOU SHOULD BE STRIVING
FOR AS A PARENT

By Jeff Brodie

There are no perfect parents, and there are no perfect kids. So what is the ideal family? What should be our goal?
When I look at my family, there is a tension between what is real and what is ideal. While I should be a patient parent, I can find myself making mistakes and pulling my hair out every day. God sets out some great ideals for us as parents.
How do we handle the tension between what’s real and what’s ideal?
The answer: We take our cues from a God who models this for us. One of the mysteries of God is his ability to hold up ideals for me to aim towards, but to hold out his arms with grace because He knows I won’t always meet them—all with the goal of seeing me grow in my faith as a person and a parent.
You’ll never be a perfect parent, but you can strive for what’s best, while understanding that God is ready to forgive and walk alongside you every step of the way . . .
CONTINUE READING ON THE PARENT CUE BLOG
 
For blog posts and parenting resources, visit www.ParentCue.org
 
WEEKLY PARENT PODCAST:
Download the free Parent Cue App
Copyright © 2018 The reThink Group. Inc. All rights reserved. www.ParentCue.org
 

Elementary Parent Cue Aug. 5-11

WEEK FIVE:
ROMANS 8:38-39
Nothing Can Separate Us
from God's Love
SAY THIS:

Live like you believe what
 God says is true.
DO THIS:

MEAL TIME


Make up a family handshake or special high-five that you can use to encourage each other this month.
REMEMBER THIS:
"Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you
will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."
Philippians 1:6, NIV
LIFE APP:  
CONFIDENCE – Living like you believe what God says is true
NEWS:
Promotion Sunday, August 26

Kindergarten Room # 102

1st/2nd Grade Room # 100

3rd/4th Grade Room # 202
From Parent Cue:

WHAT YOU SHOULD BE STRIVING
FOR AS A PARENT

By Jeff Brodie

There are no perfect parents, and there are no perfect kids. So what is the ideal family? What should be our goal?
When I look at my family, there is a tension between what is real and what is ideal. While I should be a patient parent, I can find myself making mistakes and pulling my hair out every day. God sets out some great ideals for us as parents.
How do we handle the tension between what’s real and what’s ideal?
The answer: We take our cues from a God who models this for us. One of the mysteries of God is his ability to hold up ideals for me to aim towards, but to hold out his arms with grace because He knows I won’t always meet them—all with the goal of seeing me grow in my faith as a person and a parent.
You’ll never be a perfect parent, but you can strive for what’s best, while understanding that God is ready to forgive and walk alongside you every step of the way . . .
CONTINUE READING ON THE PARENT CUE BLOG
 
For blog posts and parenting resources, visit www.ParentCue.org
 
WEEKLY PARENT PODCAST:
Download the free Parent Cue App
Copyright © 2018 The reThink Group. Inc. All rights reserved. www.ParentCue.org